Solidarites International (SI) Job Recruitment (EUR2,400/Month)

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Solidarites International (SI) Job Recruitment (EUR2,400/Month)

Solidarites International (SI) is a humanitarian aid organization committed to provide aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters to endangered populations by meeting their vital needs through safe drinking water, food and shelter provision.

In 2015, SI restated its willingness to engage the humanitarian issues faced by the populations in the Chad Lake basin and Sahel area, through 2 main regional response pillars: (i) Addressing the emergency and early recovery needs induced by the conflict and populations dynamics of the region, (ii) Contributing to the mitigation of vulnerabilities related to on-going environmental changes. These strategic orientations integrate SI 2020 global strategic priorities, by trying “to ensure emergency interventions support population in conflict zones, [including towards] water-borne diseases and livelihood-related shocks aftermath” and by “responding to emergency needs resulting from displacement and population movements”.

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We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

1. Job Title: Cholera Taskforce Coordinator
Job number: SRH03517
Location: Maiduguri
Contract Type: Short term contract
Desired start date: ASAP
Duration of the mission: 6 months
Reports to: Deputy Country Director
Domaine de competence: Water Sanitation and Hygiene promotion

Job Summary

  • SI launched emergency interventions in Borno State, Nigeria for the first time in August 2016 in Maiduguri and Monguno Local Government Areas (LGA) and is now present in four LGAs: Maiduguri, Monguno, Dikwa and Ngala.
  • SI’s first cholera response intervention occurred in August 2017 and SI has been recognized as one of the most active WASH partners responding to cholera outbreak since.
  • In 2019, SI is the WaSH Sector lead in part of Maiduguri and in Monguno LGAs as well as the lead of the Cholera Task Force.
  • This lead role in the coordination mechanism enables SI to work hand in hand with medical actors who operate in CTC and CTU to ensure quick response to cholera outbreaks.

Cholera Task Force Coordinator Objective (1/2):

  • The main objective of the Cholera taskforce Coordinator is to improve WASH Sector coordination within Borno State in order to ensure timely and quality response to cholera outbreak in the State and provide updates to partners about possible gaps in cholera response in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe States.
  • The Cholera Task Force coordinator will be a full time position.
  • The coordinator will travel to field locations, as well as in the region, as needed and based on SI security assessments.

Role Descriptions

  • The position-holder will be responsible for supporting sector coordination of WASH actors in North East Nigeria in collaboration with the Borno State WASH sector coordinator.
  • The purpose of this position is to provide leadership and facilitate the processes that will ensure a well-coordinated, strategic, adequate, coherent, and effective cholera response by WASH actors in Borno State.
  • The position might also mobilize partners from Borno State in order to address gaps in cholera response in neighboring Adamawa and Yobe States.
  • The position-holder will be SI staff and will report directly to SI Deputy Country Director (DCD). However, the position-holder will be accountable to WASH partners in Borno State and the WASH Sector. The position-holder will not be directly involved in the delivery of SI projects.
  • Under technical supervision of: WASH Coordinator in her quality of Functional manager

Responsibilities
The Cholera Task Force Coordinator will work impartially, serving the needs of all members of the WASH Sector and should work closely with the Borno State WASH Sector Coordinator, as appropriate. He/She will be responsible for:

  • Establishment and maintenance of appropriate humanitarian coordination mechanisms: organization of coordination meetings at Maiduguri level – covering updates on Borno, Adawama and Yobe States and any other state as per SI need/decision;
  • Ensuring the application of appropriate standards: development and/or sharing of standard operating procedures to improve the quality and harmonization of the interventions of the partners;
  • In cooperation with WasH and Health partners, identify cholera transmission mechanisms and promote rationale WaSH prevention programs: identify cholera sources, transmission routes and trends together with WaSH conditions and propose a data based geo-referred long-term response to WaSH partners;
  • Undertaking the planning and strategy development: development and/or sharing of emergency preparedness and contingency plan for integrated cholera response in consultation with stakeholders;
  • In cooperation with WasH and Health partners, put in place an early warning system: identify, upgrade, formalise and make functional and efficient already existing institutional and communitarian warning mechanisms;
  • Coordinating cholera response and partners to fill gaps in response: consolidation, analysis and regular update of partner’s data to provide a quantitative gap analysis including obstacles and duplications and thus improve response planning;
  • Planning and implementing SI’s Cholera Response in BAY (Borno, Adamawa, Yobe) states and providing technical guidance to emergency teams in consultation with DCD and technical coordinator.
  • Supporting TUFTs University in developing 2 standardized monitoring tools for cholera response: support in identifying programs and offering technical guidance on data provided by TUFTs University on community and household cholera response interventions;

Cholera Task Force Coordinator Objective (2/2):

  • Ensuring adapted information management monitoring in collaboration with the WASH Sector and with TUFTs University to ensure proper reporting and information sharing as required;
  • Ensuring needs assessment and analysis: support the organization of cholera assessments (joint if relevant);
  • Actively contributing to Inter-Sector coordination: consultation and sharing of information with other coordinating bodies (health Sector, the Emergency Operation Centre or EOC, clusters, ICC, OCHA, HC and HCT) and with relevant government departments, with a particular focus on strengthening inter-cluster and decentralized coordination-prioritization based on analysis of interventions;
  • Ensuring adapted reporting: weekly or daily (during cholera outbreak) presentation to the EOC and Health Sector of WASH cholera response data as well as provision of bi-monthly bulletin to OFDA and to WASH Sector partners about the cholera situation, response and gaps in Borno State;
  • Undertaking training and capacity building: capacity building of partners through refresher trainings (national and international NGOs, particularly at LGA level);
  • Ensuring advocacy on behalf of all WASH Sector partners: Implementation of advocacy activities to promote and defend the interests of partners.

Your Profile

  • Public Health background with minimum 3 years of experience of project implementation in WASH humanitarian response;
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in cholera response required;
  • Previous experience in participating in/leading different coordination bodies/mechanisms required;
  • Previous experience as WASH Sector co-lead is a plus;
  • Personal and professional integrity in all interactions;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Capacity to work with diverse stakeholders to develop consensus;
  • Facilitation capacity in order to present ideas effectively and clearly while listening and acknowledging others’ perspectives and views;
  • Experience of working within international humanitarian response and coordination mechanisms;
  • Experience in humanitarian funding mechanisms (HPF, CERF, CHF and Flash Appeals processes);
  • Understanding of humanitarian principles and how to apply these;
  • Ability to develop a cluster strategy and to clarify complex strategies for operational implementation;
  • Understanding of the links between emergency response, recovery, and the transition to development;
  • Capacity to handle insecure environments;
  • Strong level of autonomy;
  • Fluency in English, both written and verbal.

Remuneration
SI will offer you:

  • According to experiences, salary starts from 2400 euros gross per month (+10% annual leave allowance paid monthly) and a monthly Per Diem of 600 USD.
  • SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate’s country of origin and the place of assignment.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months.
  • SI offers you 7 working days ever three months, with a 850 USD allowance for each break.
  • In addition to these regular breaks, SI adds a day off per worked month. These days off as well as the breaks are not deducted from the paid leaves that are paid every months with your salary as they are offered by the organization.
  • Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package, which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Living Conditions:

  • The living conditions are comfortable (A.C, comfortable beds, TV, tennis table, good cooking etc.) with possibility of finding a wide range of goods for cooking.
  • Despite restriction for security reasons, the level of activities is quite good (Sport: Soccer, volleyball…and interactions with other INGO).
  • The multicultural environment allows for enriching exchanges and extensive discussions, as the atmosphere is very uplifting.
  • Security procedures are quite restrictive (which is normal given the context) but it means that movements are limited and that knowledge of the city and the culture will be also very limited.

Application Closing Date
5th September, 2019.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

2. Job Title: Wash Coordinator
Job number: SRH03516
Location
: Maiduguri, Borno
Desired start date: 01/10/2019
Duration of the mission: 1 year
Contract duration: Short term contract

About the Job

  • The WASH coordinator contributes to the development of Solidarités International strategy by proposing a sector-based strategy in the field of WASH.
  • He/she specifically guarantees the quality and suitability of proposed technical approaches and ensures the appropriateness of WASH activities and general SI objectives to the needs of the local populations.
  • He/she coordinates the project cycle and more particularly the operational monitoring of WASH programs implemented in the intervention country.
  • He/she contributes to the process of capitalization and the improvement of Solidarités International methods and techniques in the field of WASH.

Responsibilities
Strategic orientation:

  • Propose and develop a sector-based strategy in accordance with SI’s policies and priorities for the intervention country.
  • Support the Deputy Country Director in the monitoring and analysis of the WASH sector and the analysis of donors’ strategies for WASH activities

Relevance and quality of projects:

  • Propose and organize evaluation missions
  • Approve the technical approaches and aspects of projects for WASH activities
  • Ensure that all WASH programs are implemented respecting Solidarités International annual operational strategy, technical requirements, and the criteria stipulated by financial backers.
  • Ensure the relevance and consistency of WASH programs vis-à-vis the needs of the local populations.

Coordination, technical support and operational monitoring:

  • Ensure that the planning and monitoring timetable is consolidated / validated
  • Approve the quality criteria and performance indicators of WASH programs proposed by the program managers.
  • Provide a technical and methodological support to program managers for the planning and implementation of WASH activities
  • Supervise and support the WASH program managers, monitor and evaluate WASH activities implemented
  • Propose the reorientation of WASH activities according to changing context and indicators

Capitalization:

  • Ensure that Solidarités International’s capitalization tools are correctly used and disseminated throughout HQ (technical unit and desks)
  • Form a network of WASH experts, develop technical partnerships with others actors in this sector of the intervention zone and regularly keep the technical unit informed of this
  • In coordination with the technical unit, capitalize on the intervention methods and techniques, and on the experiences acquired by Solidarités International and others actors in this activity field

Personnel management:

  • Welcome and brief expatriates working on WASH programs
  • Identify training requirements within the WASH team and the resources available in the work area
  • Implement technical training in line with operational needs identified by training requirements
  • Evaluate and assess the performance of collaborators under his/her direct supervision
  • Actively participate in the organization of regional technical weeks and compiling reports of these work sessions

Reporting / communication / representation:

  • Support the Deputy Country Director with fundraising and the negotiation and examination of project proposals relating to his/her activity
  • Consolidate WASH activity reports and supervise the preparation annexes linked to WASH activities for reports and/or financial donors
  • Ensure that SI is represented at all meetings or forums concerning WASH activities

Your profile

  • Degree in WASH related sector, Engineering, Environment and/or Geology
  • Strong knowledge of project cycle management, project design and proposal writing
  • Strong technical knowledge on water supply (hydrogeology, boreholes drilling and O&M, wells construction, stream catchment and gravity flow network design and management) and Sanitation.
  • Previous field humanitarian experience as a Wash Coordinator in emergency context
  • Experience in tensed context in terms of security
  • Good and proven writing and spoken English
  • Strong HR management skills with field experience in delivering training and capacity building
  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Capacity to work under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Good organization skills.
  • Anticipation and self-organization capacities
  • Great work and stress management capacities
  • Willingness to work in complex and volatile environments

SI will offer you

  • According to experiences, salary starts from 2400 euros gross per month (+10% annual leave allowance paid monthly) and a monthly Per Diem of 600 USD.
  • SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate’s country of origin and the place of assignment.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months. SI offers you 7 working days ever three months, with a 850 USD allowance for each break.
  • In addition to these regular breaks, SI adds a day off per worked month. These days off as well as the breaks are not deducted from the paid leaves that are paid every months with your salary as they are offered by the organization.

Social and medical cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package, which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Living conditions:

  • The living conditions are comfortable (A.C, comfortable beds, TV, tennis table, good cooking etc.) with possibility of finding a wide range of goods for cooking. Despite restriction for security reasons, the level of activities is quite good (Sport: Soccer, volleyball…and interactions with other INGO).
  • The multicultural environment allows for enriching exchanges and extensive discussions, as the atmosphere is very uplifting.
  • Security procedures are quite restrictive (which is normal given the context) but it means that movements are limited and that knowledge of the city and the culture will be also very limited.

Application Closing Date
5th September, 2019.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

3. Job Title: WASH Project Manager

Job number: SRH03499
Location: Ngala, Borno
Contract Type: Short term contract
Type de post: Overseas missions
Desired start date: 05/08/2019
Duration of the mission: 9 months
Domaine de competence: Water Sanitation and Hygiene promotion

About the Mission in Nigeria
The current political and military crisis has affected millions of lives in Nigeria and SI is answering the needs of displaced populations and host communities in Borno State. The targeted areas of intervention are WASH, shelter, logistics, food security and livelihood. Seven programs are currently running:

  • Multi-sectorial project over 3 years in Monguno, Ngala, Askira/Uba and Hawul in consortium with ALIMA and funded by EuropAid
  • Logistic Platform project funded by WFP in Monguno
  • Emergency WASH and Shelter response funded by OFDA in Maiduguri, Monguno, Dikwa, Ngala
  • Emergency WASH in Health funded by ECHO – in consortium with ALIMA in Maiduguri and Monguno
  • Emergency WASH funded by ECHO in Maiduguri, Monguno and Dikwa
  • WASH response for vulnerable IDPs and host communities in Dikwa funded by CDC
  • Emergency WASH response for new onset manmade disaster in Ngala funded by NHF

This mission has potential to continue developing relevant and mandate-based interventions to cover the needs in the area and to ensure a humanitarian impact. Here are the key numbers and information about the mission:

  • 5 bases (Maiduguri, Abuja, Dikwa, Ngala and Monguno) plus Coordination Office in Maiduguri.
  • The number of expatriates is around 20
  • The national staff are approximately 200
  • The total budget of the mission is around 7,5 million euros

About the Job (1/2)
In Ngala, SI is working on two main interventions:

  • Emergency response to provide WASH interventions in both hard and soft components that include borehole drilling, pump & water supply rehabilitations, latrines & shower constructions, hygiene promotions under OFDA, NHF and EU (which is an early recovery project)
  • Implementation of FSL in promotion of small scale farming (seeds + tools), IGA’s and VSLA, Cash Transfers (harvest protection) and livestock
  • Ngala base has currently 40 national staff and 2 expatriates.

General Objective

  • The WASH program manager is in charge of implementing and achieving the objectives defined in the proposals.
  • He/she supervises the operational teams allocated to his/her program.
  • He/she guarantees the proper execution and the quality of the implemented programs and, if applicable, suggests adjustments or developments to ensure its relevance.

Main Tasks
Project relevance, quality and design:

  • Contribute to establishing assessments
  • Contribute to define Solidarités International’s local strategy and contribute to the annual programming by proposing new activities
  • Organize and facilitate evaluation missions
  • Propose a technical approach and a financial, human and logistical scope for the programs to be implemented
  • Write the technical annexes and chapters (including the logical framework) for the proposals
  • Implement activities in compliance with the annual operational strategy, Solidarités International’s technical requirements and the financial donors’ criteria
  • Evaluate the relevance of the activities carried out, as well as the effectiveness of the interventions and their appropriateness with respect to contextual developments and the populations’ needs
  • Propose adjustments to the programs, if necessary
  • Ensure that the programs under his/her supervision achieve the required results
  • Ensure that program objectives meet sustainability requirements and, if required, compliance with established norms and standards
  • Participate in building the WASH teams’ abilities with respect to techniques or new methodologies

Implementation and operational monitoring:

  • Plan activities and activity cycles for WASH (hiring, purchasing, etc.) in the light of established objectives
  • Used the project management, monitoring and evaluation tools for WASH, particularly the planning and monitoring timeline
  • Propose and implement quality criteria and monitoring indicators for WASH program
  • Support and advise to the base’s logistical department for the purchase of specific materials for WASH activities
  • Plan and supervise the WASH program implementation he/she is in charge of, being sure to meet deadlines and adhere to predefined technical specifications
  • Supervise and provide support for the WASH managers; monitor and evaluate the implemented WASH activities
  • Anticipate any issues linked to carrying out the WASH activities and help to resolve any problems related to the  WASH activities
  • Suggest any adjustments to be made to the WASH activity depending on contextual and indicator developments
  • Working with the administrative department, contribute to developing budgets relative to his/her program and monitor expenses and budget forecasts
  • Working with given project manager, draw up requirement statuses and cash flow needs.

About the Job (2/2)
Capitalization:

  • Use the capitalization tools proposed by Solidarités International
  • Participate in the centralization and distribution of procedures, guides and tools linked to the WASH activities
  • Capitalize on intervention methods and techniques and on the experiences acquired by Solidarités and other participants in the WASH activities
  • Write procurement and handover reports before the end of his/her contract and send it to the appropriate persons on the mission and at headquarters

Personnel management:

  • Participate in validating the hiring of national technical staff for activities
  • Define the prerequisites for opened WASH positions together with the administrative department; adapt existing job descriptions if required
  • Greet and brief the expatriates working on the program
  • Identify and pass on any training needs for WASH teams
  • Set up technical training depending on WASH operational needs and identified training requirements
  • Manage and support the team under his/her responsibility
  • Lead work groups and thematic meetings
  • Evaluate and assess the performance of colleagues under his/her direct supervision
  • Ensure adherence to security regulations by personnel under his/her supervision

Reporting / communication / representation:

  • Pass upward to the relevant persons any information on the security situation or on any event that could impact Solidarités activities and the safety of the teams
  • Draft activity reports and any annexes relating to specific activities for the financial donor reports and/or amendments
  • Ensure that all reports are delivered on time and in the correct format
  • Maintain a local operational communications network and good relations with local and government authorities, financial donor representatives, UN agencies and other international agencies
  • In his/her assignment area, represent Solidarités International’s at meetings or forums concerning the WASH activities
  • Represent the organization when asked and/or delegated to do so
  • Reply to headquarter information requests regarding specific needs
  • In collaboration with the WASH /program coordinator, prepare the administrative documents (MOU, handover, etc.) to be jointly signed with government authorities, communities or partners

Your Profile

  • Masters’ degree or equivalent in related sectors of WASH
  • Previous field humanitarian experience as a Wash program/project manager in emergency context
  • Experience in tensed context in terms of security
  • Good and proven writing and spoken English are required
  • Strong HR management skills with field experience in delivering training and capacity building
  • Very strong proficiency in Excel, with good data treatment abilities
  • Anticipation and self-organization capacities
  • Great work and stress management capacities
  • Willingness to work in complex and volatile environments

SI will Offer You

  • A salary starting from 1980€ gross per month, (1800 euros de salaire de base + 10% de prime de conges payes verses mensuellement) + valorization of your experiences
  • A monthly Per Diem of 600 USD
  • SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate’s country of origin and the place of assignment.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months. Solidarites offers you 7 working days ever three months, with 850 USD allowance for each break. In addition to these regular breaks, SI adds a day off per worked month. These days off as well as the breaks are not deducted from the paid leaves that are paid every months with your salary as they are offered by the organization.

Social and Medical Cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

4. Job Title: Finance Coordinator

Job Number: SRH03470
Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Desired Start Date: ASAP
Duration of the mission: 1 year

About the Job

  • The Finance Coordinator will manage directly four staff: a deputy finance coordinator, a roving admin manager, a finance assistant and a cashier.
  • The Finance Coordinator will be managed by the country director.
  • The strategy in 2019 is to try to reach development/long term funds for a new base in the south of Borno State as well as continuing our current emergency activities in our current bases.

Main Responsibilities

  • Analysis of the socio-economic context:
  • Identify administrative partners
  • Monitor the development of exchange rates  and prices

Team Management:

  • Work with administrators to define administrative personnel needs during the mission and recruit according to allocated resources and Solidarités International’s operational strategy
  • Train and appraise the financial administrative team
  • Coordinate, plan and supervise the activities of the financial administrative team
  • Lead meetings for the financial administrative team

Financial, Accounting and Budgetary Management:

  • Define the expenditure cycle and authorization thresholds and ensure compliance with the purchase validation cycle
  • Consolidate the mission’s monthly closing accounts
  • Verify the accounts before they are sent to headquarters
  • Consolidate and check the  Allocation boards
  • Prepare, monitor and revise the mission’s financial programming
  • Complete the consolidation of monthly Budget follow up and ensure that the mission remains financially stable
  • Make connections between budgetary consumption and activity progress. Propose solutions if necessary
  • Monitor the mission’s operating costs
  • Train the mission’s senior staff in how to use the  Budget Follow up
  • Prepare and assist with possible audits or inspections
  • Prepare and consolidate the financial sections of proposals
  • Integrate the new donor contracts into the financial management of the mission’s projects, adhering to Solidarités International procedures.

Administrative Management of the Mission:

  • Negotiate and draw up partnership contracts with local partners and ensure that they are followed and complied with
  • Supervise paper and digital record-keeping, as well as ensuring the security of administrative documents
  • Supervise the quarterly mailing of administrative archives to headquarters after validation of the Internal  Control Department
  • Select and contract a lawyer who will examine legal issues and limit any legal risks

Cash Management:

  • Manage the cash flows between headquarters and the mission, and ensure that bases receive supplies
  • Ensure that the cash box and coffers are well kept and that funds are secure at all bases
  • Compile and monitor cash flow forecasts and forward them to headquarters

Reporting/Communication:

  • Ensure regular financial reporting to headquarters, on a schedule defined by the administrative calendar
  • Ensure that Solidarités International’s in-country registration is followed up
  • Organize and run information and coordination meetings
  • Produce financial reports that are in line with financial donors’ administrative procedures
  • Establish and maintain relationships with the administrative authorities at the national level. Carry out constant judicial monitoring, keep up-to-date with local employment laws, check information collected with law firms and insert it into Solidarités International’s documentation
  • Take part in meetings relating to administrative aspects, represent Solidarités International when asked/delegated to do so
  • Act as a link between headquarters and the field for all matters relating to finance

Specific Stakes and Challenges:

  • Training of national admin managers on bases
  • Opening of a new base will be a challenge
  • Program forecasts are hard to manage

Your Profile

  • Bachelor or Master’s Degree in, Business or Public Administration or Accounting or related field
  • Previous experiences as Finance coordinator with significant financial volume (> 8 millions EUR at least recommended), multiplicity of donor’s contracts (6 at least recommended)
  • Proven experience in team management, team structuring
  • Proven experience in training & capacity building
  • Knowledge in Administrative and Financial management;
  • Knowledge in Audit management;
  • Knowledge of DFID / ECHO / BPRM / OFDA-USAID, UN agencies & other donors assistance policies, guidelines and financial reporting requirements
  • Prioritization and self-organization
  • Ability to multitask and delegation
  • Rigor
  • Diplomacy
  • Full working proficiency in English (read, spoken & written)
  • Excellent knowledge of Excel and good knowledge of other Office suite
  • Accounting software: Saga preferred and recommended
  • Good analytical and reporting skills
  • Ability to work in multi-cultural environment
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication skills.

SI will Offer You

  • According to experience, starting from 2640 euros gross per month (2400 base salary + 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly) and a monthly Per Diem of 600 USD.
  • SI also covers accommodation costs and travel expenses between the expatriate’s country of origin and the place of assignment.

Vacation:

  • During the assignment, a system of alternation between work and time-off is implemented at the rate of one break every three months. For a one-year assignment, the expatriate will have a 7-day break during the 3rd and the 9th month (with 750 USD allocated by Solidarités). He or she will also be entitled to go back to his or her home country for a 14-day period after six months spent on the mission (Solidarités will cover travel costs).

Social and Medical Cover:

  • Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded.
  • The living conditions of the base are comfortable (A.C, comfortable beds, TV, tennis table, good cooking etc) with possibility of finding a wide range of goods for cooking. Despite restriction (curfew & limitation of movement), the level of activities is quite good (Sport: Soccer, volleyball…and interactions with other INGO).
  • The multicultural environment allows for enriching exchanges and extensive discussions, as the atmosphere is very uplifting. The problematic aspect is that security procedures are quite restrictive (which is normal given the context) but it means that movement are limited and that knowledge of the city and the culture will be also very limited.

Application Closing Date
Not Specified.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

 

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